Haguichi provides a user friendly GUI (graphical user interface) to control the Hamachi client for Linux, which has a command line interface only.
Haguichi is pronounced ha-goo-EE-gee (audio).
First make sure you are running a recent version of the Hamachi client. Inside Haguichi you can see what version you are currently running by going to Client → Information or pressing F2. You can find the latest Hamachi version on the LogMeIn website: https://secure.logmein.com/labs/
If you are running the latest version and still see this message then report your problem to LogMeIn.
Actually, it's the Hamachi client that is losing connection. Get in contact with LogMeIn.
First, please try to figure out what is causing the problem. When you are reasonably sure Haguichi is the cause, and NOT the Hamachi client or your network infrastructure, then submit a bug report for Haguichi on Launchpad or contact me directly.
If you use the Unity desktop environment, there is a global menu bar on top of the screen (instead of on top of the application window itself). It only becomes visible when you hover over this area with your mouse pointer.
Haguichi should appear in the ‘Internet’ section of your applications menu.
The latest version of Haguichi supports Bulgarian, Brazilian Portuguese, Czech, Dutch, English, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Kazakh, Polish, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish and Ukrainian.
Haguichi has been tested to work on Cinnamon, GNOME, KDE, MATE, Pantheon, Unity and XFCE.
No, Haguichi is specifically developed for Linux.
The Hamachi client on Linux doesn’t support chat by itself. But fortunately you can chat with people in your network using an application like Pidgin (using ‘Bonjour protocol’) or Empathy (using ‘People nearby’) on both ends.
Add the line username ALL = NOPASSWD: /etc/init.d/logmein-hamachi to the end of the file /etc/sudoers where username is your actual username.